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7 stunning ports of call in the Adriatic Sea

A medieval minefield of dazzling displays, the rich waters of the Adriatic are full of surprises that will leave you glowing with delight. Recently becoming one of the trendiest destinations for yachting, explore the kingdoms of old, from the inspiring coastal ports of Croatia cloaked in sublime heritage to dipping your toes in the woven fables of Italy, this is a landscape that will delight and inspire the most discerning of travelers. Adriatic Get far away from the beaten track, into a world of divine myth and magic to traverse the Adriatic and to breathe in all its wonders. Corfu Cool and composed Enjoy a remarkable journey in a landscape composed of the lushest colors as you drift around Corfu. The fragrant mountains, deep forests, sprawling vineyards and olive groves seem nothing short of a fairytale as you explore the island, this is a place to sip a glass or two, listen to the plucking of the lyre and diving into shimmering hues of blue. Corfu Ulcinj Rich Oriental tapestries Hailed as the fortress of beauty, this historical town is filled with charm and even a hint of rich oriental wonder. Enjoy a full breakfast onboard as you survey the tantalizing shores of Montenegro from pure comfort before taking a plunge for a little light snorkeling in the haze of morning. In the afternoon you can walk through the medieval rampant streets, admire the citadel and even buy traditional ornamental pieces in the tiny souvenir shops that lace the old town. Ulcinj Herceg Novi Mimosa trees and sweeping stairs For over six centuries the brisk little town of Herceg Novi has stood proud and now it is a veritable jumble of palaces, monuments, tales and histories all woven into one delightful tapestry. Drink Turkish inspired coffee to revitalize the senses before spending a few hours discovering the wonders of the Stari Grad. As evening starts to settle take a kayak out around the coastline for a rare view of the mimosa trees and sweeping stairs before returning for a special intimate dinner onboard your yacht. Herceg Novi Korcula Famous wines and folklore Rich folk traditions seem to spill out of every doorway in the marble strewn paradise of Korcula Island. Whispers of a smaller Dubrovnik seem to tumble through the streets especially as you glance up at the impressive architecture and the meander through winding medieval streets. Korcula is renowned for its fabulous wines so be sure to crush a cup or two in the stunning harbor front bars before a final sunset swim and dinner on deck. Korcula Trojir UNESCO treasures A UNESCO wonderland is waiting to greet you with its labyrinth of stone streets, its collection of period buildings covering everything from renaissance romance to baroque beauty and Venetian flair, and its pretty promenade lined with gleaming white yachts. You are sure to want to wander, to sit and sip coffee and watch the lovely yachts stand out like diamonds on the horizon. Trojir Mali Losinj Embrace the Great Outdoors A breath of fresh air, Mali Losinj will be waiting for you as soon as you wake up with its fragrant pine airs, its 19th century seafarer homes and its wide boulevards soaked in the brightest sunshine. This is a place you just want to play in and to embrace the rigor of the great outdoors. Splash in the crystalline waters, hike in the dense wooded hills, Jet Ski to a secret cove and enjoy a gourmet picnic on the rocks, this is your day to make memories that will last forever. Mali Losinj Venice Down the rabbit hole The last port of call on our Adriatic adventure brings you to the mystical world of Venice. With its maze of ribboned green canals, its boutiques selling lavish and fanciful masks, its incredible culinary graces and its awe inspiring art and architecture you will feel like Alice falling down the rabbit hole. Take a ride on a gondola, tiptoe in and out of museums, choose a feathered mask and head back to your yacht for the freshest seafood supper you could ever imagine. Venice Carl Sputh is the Captain of MYStarfire. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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2 Comments

  1. Yes, they are indeed great ports of call. Came back from a cruise to Mexico and it didn’t look like that. Great pictures and one day I will visit.

  2. Hi Carl,

    I notice you didn’t include Hvar which is surprising! I can also highly recommend Piran in Slovenia. Either way the Adriatic is a truly fantastic cruising ground for superyachts and somewhere I personally adore.

    Kind regards,

    Alex

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